A common mistake regarding fat loss steroids and steroids in general for that matter is that if you use them results will happen all on their own. Much of this ridiculous way of thinking is due to the manner in-which steroids are perceived by popular culture; as dark substances from a mystical land of evil. The fact of the matter is, if you are using fat loss steroids, if your diet is not that of a calorie deficiency, meaning you are burning more calories per day than you are taking in, then you wont lose fat. You still have to diet and train/exercise; steroids can simply help you burn more fat than you would otherwise, they are not magical.
So here’s my advice to voters who ostensibly refuse to vote for anyone under serious PED suspicion … Get out in front of this thing, guys. Try to look ahead five or 10 years. See where this thing’s going to be. And don’t wait for that to happen. Instead of getting dragged, kicking and shouting and screaming all the while, to the inevitable conclusion, take the lead. Do some reporting. Put things into context. Celebrate the players — assuming you can find any — who spoke out against drug use within the Players Association. Write about the impacts of cheating without resorting to ill-devised moral crusades.
In recent years, the 40–40 club has come close to gaining two new members in the same season. In 2002, both Vladimir Guerrero of the Montreal Expos and Alfonso Soriano of the New York Yankees were only one home run short of reaching 40–40 after achieving 39, with 40 stolen bases.  In 2004, Carlos Beltrán was two home runs shy as he hit 38 and collected 43 steals, splitting the season between the Kansas City Royals and Houston Astros . In 2011, Matt Kemp came up one home run shy, as he hit 39 and stole 40 bases. Kemp accomplished this even though his team played in only 161 games that season, as the Dodgers had the second game of a doubleheader on September 8 against the Nationals cancelled and not rescheduled.